Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

March 13, 2023  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup


Colorado: “Former Trump Lawyer Jenna Ellis Censured by Colorado Judge for False Statements” by Matthew Brown (Washington Post) for MSN


New Mexico: “Lobbyists Had Safety Plans and Trainings for NM’s 2023 Session, Fearing Misconduct by Lawmakers” by Megan Gleason for Source New Mexico

New York: “Prosecutors Signal Criminal Charges for Trump Are Likely” by William Rashbaum, Ben Protess, and Jonah Bromwich (New York Times) for Seattle Times

Ohio: “Guilty: Former Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder, ex-Ohio GOP chairman Matt Borges convicted in $60M bribery scheme” by Jake Zuckerman (Cleveland Plain Dealer) for MSN

Legislative Issues

Tennessee: “Tennessee Governor OKs Bill to Cut Nashville Council in Half” by Jonathan Mattise and Kimberlee Kruesi (Associated Press) for Yahoo News


California: “Ethics Commission Wants More Time to Decide If Nonprofits, Other Groups Will Have to Register as Lobbyists” by Jason Ruiz for Long Beach Post

Missouri: “‘It Forces You to Be More Creative’: How lobbyists kept their grip on Missouri politics” by Jonathan Shorman and Kacen Bayless (Kansas City Star) for MSN


National: “No Rest Between Censuses for Congressional Mapmakers” by Reid Epstein (New York Times) for DNyuz

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